- Abena Wiafe disclosed in a LinkedIn post that she was called to the Bar of the Province of Alberta
- She shared photos posing alongside her principal, with a message expressing appreciation towards him
- Wiafe noted that her principal really influenced her achievement
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A student of Ghanaian descent, Abena Wiafe, is reaping from her hard work after being called to the Bar of the Province of Alberta in Western Canada.
Taking to her LinkedIn page to disclose the achievement, Wiafe shared impressive photos, posing alongside her principal, with a message expressing gratitude towards him.
''One week ago today, I got called to the bar of the Province of Alberta. My principal Sangin (Sam) Safi made a heartfelt application on my behalf of which I am truly grateful.''
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According to Wiafe, she;
''thoroughly enjoyed my Articling experience under his mentorship and look forward to continuing to work with such a great mentor. Thank you Sam!,'' she said.
Abena Wiafe earned her first degree in Law from Lancaster University in the United Kingdom (UK) and her Master of Laws (LLM) from BBP Law School, according to information on her LinkedIn page.
The post has garnered reactions and comments on social media.
Nancy Pearl Agyapong indicated:
''You're beautiful Abena Wiafe. All the best okay.''
Belal Najmeddine said:
''Welcome to the Bar! You’re lucky to have had such a great principal too!''
Andréa Hounto commented:
''I am so unbelievably proud of you Abena. You have worked so hard, no-one deserves this more! ❤️.''
Ghanaian student graduates with First Class degree in law from Legon
Earlier, YEN.com.gh reported that after clocking another feat in his life, a Ghanaian student, Kwame Adusei, has celebrated graduating with a Bachelor of Laws degree (LLB) from the University of Ghana Law School.
Adusei joined the ranks of students who have attained First Class in law from the prestigious Ghanaian university.
He took to his LinkedIn page to announce the achievement, disclosing that he was excited and extremely grateful for making it this far.
Ghanaian lecturer who makes smoothie bikes
In a separate story, a Ghanaian lecturer and entrepreneur, Kwadwo Asare Apori, envisions a future in which he is the main manufacturer and distributor of smoothie bikes across the nation.
Smoothie bikes are stationary bicycles that harness the cyclist's pedalling energy to mechanically power a blender with fruits to produce a drink.
The idea came to him to build smoothie bikes in November 2019 after seeing a picture of it in Australia, and he instantly became fascinated. He had enquired about the price and learned that one smoothie bike costs about $2,000.